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OJEN is thrilled to announce that we are one of twenty organizations to receive funding through the Law Foundation of Ontario’s (LFO) Catalyst grant program! This new program offers core funding over a three-year funding cycle to non-profit organizations working to advance access to justice in Ontario. Its goal is to help provide organizational stability […]
On November 6th, 40 young women from the Waterloo Region spent the day connecting with women working in justice sector careers. Braiding Diversity into Justice was a full day career modeling program designed to attract greater diversity to the legal profession. Organized by the Waterloo OJEN Committee, this program aimed to inspire young women from […]
FROM THE OJEN BLOG
We’ve all had something thrown at us that we weren’t expecting and we’ve had to grow up fast. We’re doing our best to do everything. We’re strong and we’re smart. I have a very positive perception of myself.” – Parents Centre: Humewood House Resident Youth-Police Dialogues at Humewood House On the evening of December […]
The Herbert family established Tate’s Tableaux 5 years ago to commemorate the life of their son in a meaningful way. Their annual event in Barrie, brings together friends and family for an evening of music and good cheer. The proceeds are donated to OJEN’s justice education programs for youth, a cause they believe Tate would have appreciated. This year Ted and Ann Herbert attended our Annual General Meeting and presented OJEN with a cheque with proceeds from this year’s event. Combined with donations from their friends and from OJEN stakeholders, the total came to $9,750!